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Mediaevalia Volume #29, Issue #1 (2008)
Mediaevalia Volume #29, Issue #1
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Table of Contents

Introduction

Divine Names and Their Theoretical Implications
Mariele Nientied

Pregnancy and Childbirth in Chivalric Literature
Fiona Harris-Stoertz

At the Intersection of Religion, Folklore, and Science: Women and Snakes in Old French Arthurian Romance
Laurence Erussard

Gay Knights in Medieval French Fiction: Constructs of Queerness and Non-Transgression
Suzanne Kocher

“Sa Clarté Première”: Cataract Removal as Metaphor in Fourteenth-Century French Poetry
Julie Singer

Personal Narrative and the Systematization of Knowledge in the Thought of Jean Gerson
Nancy McLoughlin

John Whethamsteade, Abbot of St. Albans, on the Discovery of the Liberal Arts and Their Tools: Or, Why Were Astronomical Instruments in Late-Medieval Libraries?
Catherine Eagleton

The Astrological Subtext and Other Temporal Patternings in Lydgate’s Theban History
Karen Elaine Smyth

Constructions of Gender and Class in a Late Fifteenth-Century Alemannic Pharmaceutical Bestiary
Marian E. Polhill

The Illustrated Tractatus de Herbis: Images, Information and Communication Design
Jean A. Givens

The Humour and Folly of the World in Odd Places: A Fifteenth-Century Manuscript Herbal
John B. Friedman


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